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If you are a Nashville or Middle Tennessee business owner or a high net-worth individual searching for a trusted advisor, we should meet for a free initial consultation. Conveniently located between Hendersonville and Goodlettsville, the certified public accounting firm of GreenoCPA has offered a wide range of accounting, tax preparation and planning, and business consulting services since 1989. We measure the results we achieve by the wealth we help to create and preserve for our clients. Most of our clients have depended on our services for over 20 years. We value our faithful clients, just as they value our expertise in accounting, individual and business taxation, as well as specialty services for business startups and acquisitions, business valuation, Internal Revenue Service representation, Quickbooks training and support, and retirement planning. To set up a free initial consultation, contact us.

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IRS: Several tax law changes may affect bottom line of many business owners
The Internal Revenue Service today reminded business owners that tax reform legislation passed last December affects nearly every business.
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Topic Number 652 – Notice of Underreported Income – CP-2000
The IRS compares the payment information reported to the IRS by employers, banks, businesses, and other payers on income documents (Forms W-2, 1098, 1099, etc.) to the income, credits, and deductions you report on your income tax return. The Automated Underreporter (AUR) function uses an automated system for this comparison and sends out a Notice CP-2000 if you didn't report income on your return that was reported to the IRS by a payer or if it appears that payments, credits, and/or deductions are overstated. The CP-2000 isn't a bill, it's a proposal to adjust your income, payments, credits, and/or deductions. The adjustment may result in additional tax owed or a refund of taxes paid.
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Many small business and self-employed taxpayers should make quarterly estimated tax payments; third quarter deadline is Sept. 17
With the last third of the year now in full view, the IRS today reminded small business and self-employed taxpayers of the importance of meeting their tax obligations. Part of those obligations normally include making quarterly estimated tax payments.
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Taxpayers with children, other dependents should check their withholding soon
The Internal Revenue Service urges taxpayers with children and other dependents to use the Withholding Calculator at IRS.gov to do a “paycheck checkup.” Changes made by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect 2018 returns that taxpayers will file in 2019.
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Tax credits help offset higher education costs
Taxpayers who pay for higher education in 2018 can see tax savings when they file their tax returns.
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